Forgiving Yourself

By Marcia Hotchkiss Last December my husband and I went to a party where we saw many old friends from a ministry we were involved in decades ago. One attractive and lovely woman told me matter-of-factly how one of her children doing well made up for how bad... Read More...

News Media and Belonging 

Part 5 of Reading the News Like a Christian By Abigail Woolley Cutter This post wraps up a series on reading the news like a Christian. In the last four installments, I’ve written on how our information tec... Read More...

“Judaizing,” Food, and the Cherubim

By Jeff Boldt Should Christians these days regard Torah observance as a stipulation of the divine will? Torah-observant Pentecostalism among Gentiles is a growing movement, particularly in Brazil. In the wak... Read More...

Remembrance: God’s Promises

Exodus 10:11—12:32 By Charlie Clauss This past September 11 was the 20th anniversary of the attacks that ended with the twin towers of the World Trade Center lying in ruins, a large hole in the outer ring of the Pentagon, and a crashed aircraft in the fiel... Read More...

A Helpful, Accessible Introduction

Reclaiming Rest The Promise of Sabbath, Solitude, and Stillness in a Restless World By Kate H. Rademacher Broadleaf, pp. 213, $16.99 Review by Abigail Woolley Cutter Kate Rademacher’s Reclaiming Rest i... Read More...

What’s Wrong with Big Business?

By Stewart Clem Remember when Amazon was an online bookstore? You can still buy books on Amazon, of course, because you can buy just about everything there. But what was once simply a place where you could s... Read More...